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    Default Lunch box ideas that doesn't include sandwich

    My daughter has an intolerance to wheat, eating bread causes irritation, I'm running out of ideas for lunches, any thoughts?

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    I sometimes do:
    Falafels
    Chicken or fish strips
    Sushi
    Salmon cakes
    Rice cakes with cheese
    Lentil rice
    Frittata or zucchini slice
    Rice paper rolls

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    My dd doesn't like bread so she has combinations of:
    Beef rissoles
    Broccoli, cauliflower and cheese fritters
    Zucchini slice
    Scrambled or fried egg
    Baked beans
    Home made vegetarian pasties
    Fried rice
    Chicken drumstick
    I'll add cheese, peas and corn, cucumber, fruit and yoghurt too. Not very inspiring, I find it frustrating she won't eat a sandwich

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    Anything in a thermos (esp coming up to winter).

    Spag Bol is a favourite with our kid, as well as soups & stews.

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    Corn thins or crackers with butter, corn chips (plain organic - just corn, oil and quality salt), carrot sticks, snowpeas, sultanas/dried fruit, cashews or almonds or peanuts (if allowed at school), cheese, leftover sliced protein such as steak, chicken, burger patties (rissoles) etc all work well here for lunches.


 

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